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NEW! Student Parking Permit Registration Open for Spring 2018!

DECEMBER 07, 2017 - Student Parking Permit registration is now open for the Spring 2018 semester! Spring 2018 parking permit rates: https://www.uncw.edu/parking/permits.html#students 

Parking zones are assigned based upon class status and availability. Students are encouraged to register early to get the best zone assignment for their class status. The permit price will be placed on your student account, so you don't have to pay when you register.

If you have financial aid, complete the Title IV Authorization Release Form (available online, via SeaNet, Login, Student Services & Financial Aid, Financial Aid, "Title IV Authorization"), and the charge may post to your student account in time for financial aid to possibly cover the cost of the parking permit.

All student vehicles must be registered annually at the beginning of the fall semester or within 48 hours after the first class of the fall/spring semester and both summer sessions. Vehicles of students who register for classes after the beginning of the fall/ spring semesters and both summer sessions must be registered within 48 hours of that date. All students must provide current automobile insurance information for liability purposes for any type of permit, including temporary permits, in accordance with state law.

For more information on Spring parking registration see: https://www.uncw.edu/parking/permitregistration.html#student 

If you have any questions, contact us at 910.962.3178 or parking@uncw.edu


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NEW! Reading Day, Final Exam Parking Information

DECEMBER 01, 2017 - Parking and Transportation Services wishes everyone success on their final exams.  We want to help reduce your stress by sharing important information regarding parking.  

Parking on Campus:    

  • Commuter Zone 1 (magenta) and Commuter Zone 2 (blue) permit holders must park in their designated zones.
  • Commuter Zone 3 (red) may park at the College Road Park and Ride or MacMillan Lots.
  • Residential permit holders including parking deck permit holders must park in their assigned residential zone until 4 p.m. 
  • Night Time permit holders may park at Greene Track.

You must have a valid parking permit or purchase a permit to park on campus.

Students cannot park in faculty/staff spaces (yellow lines), service vehicle spaces (teal lines), visitor spaces (teal lines), gated lots, or reserved spaces prior to 4 p.m.  

If you have any questions, contact us at 910.962.3178 or parking@uncw.edu


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NEW! Parking Closures for Moves to Modular Building

NOVEMBER 22, 2017 - In order to facilitate department moves to the new Modular building we will be closing the following lots on 11/28/17, 11/29/17, 11/30/17: T lot (Located in front of McNeill Hall) and CC lot (Located beside Purchasing and Print Services).

If you normally park in either of these lots please plan on parking in another area. Below are the recommendations for alternate parking on the days listed.

  • CC Lot customers should park in AA lot located at the corner of Walton Drive and Riegel Road.
  • T Lot customers should park in the Visitors section of the Parking deck across from Education Building or in FF lot beside Wagoner Hall.

UNCW owned service vehicles will still be allowed to access these areas but should do so only as needed.

If you have any questions please contact the Parking office at 910.962.3178 or parking@uncw.edu


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NOTICE: New Automated Parking Permit Process for Faculty and Staff

In response to employee requests, Auxiliary Services announces a new automated parking permit process for faculty and staff. Parking permits for faculty and staff members currently using payroll deduction will be automatically renewed this year. New permits, valid from October 2017 through September 2020, will be distributed via campus mail in September.  

New Opt-Out Feature
Those who do NOT wish to automatically renew their parking permit can opt out online by Sept. 20 or by returning the new permit to the parking office in person at any time. The parking office is located in the Warwick Center; hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Parking Account Changes
Employees may complete the vehicle registration form online and bring it to the parking office; fax it to 910.962.3618; send it by mail to Campus Box 5914; or scan and email it to parking@uncw.edu. For those who would like to renew, but not participate in payroll deduction, please visit the parking office.

Part-Time Faculty and Temporary Staff
Part-time and adjunct faculty, temporary staff and contract employees are not eligible for automatic renewal and must reapply in person at the parking office each year.

For more information, visit www.uncw.edu/parking/permitregistration.html or contact the Parking and Transportation Office at 910.962.3178 or parking@uncw.edu.


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Parking Lot Work Underway in Preparation for Allied Health Building Construction

MONDAY JUNE 19, 2017 - UNCW is preparing for the first phase of construction related to the new Allied Health Building, funded as part of the $2 billion ConnectNC bond approved by voters in 2016. Site preparation is underway for a new faculty/staff parking lot on the south side of Wagoner Hall across from the Student Recreation Center and expansion of existing Lot FF on Wagoner Hall’s north side (Cahill Drive). The lots will replace Lots S and T, which occupy the site of the new building in front of McNeill Hall and the Teaching Lab Building. An additional student lot is being planned for another area of campus.  

The site work is the first step in construction of the Allied Health Building. Paving of the expanded parking lots will begin in fall 2017 and should finish in winter 2018. Pedestrian traffic to University Suites will be impacted and will be rerouted around the construction site. Disruption to vehicular traffic will be minimal.

Groundbreaking for the Allied Health Building will take place in January 2018, and the project is scheduled for completion in early 2020. The work will require establishing a pedestrian detour around the section of Chancellor’s Walk that crosses through the site. Every effort will be made to minimize disruption of normal vehicular traffic for the project’s duration.

In preparation for construction, faculty and staff whose offices are located in two modular buildings near McNeill Hall will be moved in fall 2017 to a new facility on MacMillan Avenue near Isaac Bear Early College High School.

The Office of Facilities will provide updates on this project as needed.